Travel to London, England – Episode 813

Travel to London, England – Episode 813

Travel to London, England (Podcast)

Hear about journey to London, England, because the Amateur Traveler talks to Julie from AladyInLondon.com about her adopted hometown.

In reply to the query “why ought to somebody go to London?”, Julie says: “There’s so many good causes. I like London for the historical past. It goes again 1000’s of years, all the best way to Roman instances. I like London for its world-class all the pieces you get world-class music coming by way of London, world-class tradition, artwork reveals, and theater performances. Anything you possibly can think about, there’s just about world-class that in London. So it is nice by way of tradition. I like London for its range. You meet individuals from everywhere in the world. You can discover meals from everywhere in the world. You by no means really feel actually overseas in London as a result of there are such a lot of individuals from so many locations.”

“And then there’s additionally so many area of interest subjects and pursuits you can fulfill in London. London is a big metropolis, and it doesn’t matter what you are thinking about, it doesn’t matter what you are captivated with, you’ll find one thing that can match the invoice in London. And I believe these are simply the beginnings of what I’d say are causes to go to London.”

Julie takes us on a tour of websites which are well-known and websites which are obscure. She begins us close to Parlement and the London Eye. We discover the South Thames, together with the Royal Festival Hall, Tate Modern, Globe Theater, Borough Market, HMS Belfast, and Tower Bridge. We can tour Westminster Abbey, see a present, purchase lunch on the market and finish with the home that William the Conquer constructed, the White Tower of the Tower of London.

We speak in regards to the nice neighborhoods of London just like the West End with Piccadilly Circus, Covent Garden with its retailers and road performers, Soho with its nightlife, Camden with its market and canal, South Kensington with its museums, Notting Hill with its well-known antiques market and colourful homes. We additionally enterprise out of Zone 1 to stunning neighborhoods like Hampstead, which can be Julie’s favourite.

We speak about the most effective nightclubs, pubs, and afternoon tea. Julie provides us up to date tips about getting to and from the airports and the way to get round on the London Underground.

We go to well-known museums just like the British Museum and the V&A. We go to tiny museums like the cupboard battle rooms and fewer nicely-identified museums like Sir John Soane’s Museum.

London is continually altering. We speak in regards to the altering meals scene. It is far simpler to get a fantastic meal in London than it was even a decade in the past.

London can simply occupy your time for every week, a month, or a lifetime. Learn extra about this vibrant metropolis on this episode of the Amateur Traveler.

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Show Notes

A Lady in London
London
Tours – UK Parliament
Westminster Abbey
London Eye
Royal Festival Hall
Tate Modern
Globe Theater
Borough Market
HMS Belfast
Tower Bridge
Tower of London Tour
West End of London
Covent Garden
London Underground
Airports of London
Soho
Ronnie Scot’s Jazz Club
South Kensington
V&A Museum
Science Museum
Boating on the Serpentine – Hyde Park
Notting Hill
Portobello Road
The Oak W2
Hampstead
Camden Market
Regent’s Canal
Bloomsbury
British Museum
Lamb’s Conduit Street
Charlotte Street
Piccadilly Circus
Changing of the Guard
The Clove Club
Tayyabs
The Holly Bush in Hampstead
Sir John Soane’s Museum
Maltby Street Market
Afternoon Tea Fortnum and Mason
Churchill War Rooms
St Paul’s
The Goring Hotel
Shangri-La The Shard
Lady’s Ultimate London Travel Guide

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